Kim Kang-woo, the first horror in 20 years since his debut, was scared to shoot the actual waste training application.
Actor Kim Kang-woo said, “This is my first horror challenge in 20 years since my debut.”
On the morning of the 19th, a production report for the horror film “The Return” (directed by Shim Deok-geun, produced by Ghost Pictures) was held through a live YouTube channel. The production report was attended by Kim Kang-woo as Seo Do-jin, director of the psychic research institute, Kim So-hye as Hong Hye-young, horror video contest reporter Kang Tae-hoon, Hong Jin-ki as Lee Won-jae, director Shim Deok-geun and CP Oh Yoon-dong.
Kim Kang-woo said, “It’s the first horror movie in 20 years since my debut. There have been many good scenarios and good fears, but I have not gained confidence. By the way, director Shim Deok-geun spoke really well in this work. At first, I thought I was good at talking and not good at it, but as I kept talking, I felt my ambition to create a new horror movie through “The Ghost.” “I actually rented a waste training center and filmed it, and it was really scary. I was scared from the start of the shoot. “I was so busy that I didn’t care much about my juniors.” In response, Hong Jin-ki said, “Kim Kang-woo was the heater itself,” and there were many good stories about his consideration for his juniors at the scene.
“The Ghost” depicts the extreme horror of the shaman’s blood-flowing psychic research center and curious college students stepping in to the Gwissari Training Center, which has been closed since the mass murder in 1990. Kim Kang-woo, Kim So-hye, Lee Jung-hyung and Hong Jin-ki appeared, and it is director Shim Deok-geun’s first commercial film debut. The first Korean film to produce 2D, ScreenX, and 4DX versions simultaneously from the production stage, “The Ghost” is scheduled to be released simultaneously in August with more than 2,000 openings worldwide.